Articles By: Stephen Banham
Just when you thought that the ‘branded environment’ was a new phenomena, Stephen Banham reveals that they have in fact been part of the master plans of cities from their very inception.
Typefaces come and go. Stephen Banham looks at a few ‘ghostfaces’, the faint traces of corporate typographic voices.
Ever walked past a hand-drawn sign and thought it would make a great typeface? Designer Elisabeth Carey Smith did just that.
In an age where people yearn for authenticity and experience’, typographic maps of the ‘night that was’, offer interesting insights
Newman blends typographical revival with the promise of fitting a lot of things into small spaces.
Miłosz Italic, a typeface inspired by the Lithuanian poet and writer Czesław Miłosz.